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Dimensions: 50cm(H) x 50cm(W) / 19.7"(H) x 19.7"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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Based in: Tehran
Mehran Naghshbandi is an Iranian photographer, grew up in Sanandaj, Kurdistan. He moved to north of Iran to study Industrial Design. His minimal works illustrate nature of Iran especially the north parts. He doesn’t look for bizarre outstanding scenes; his photos show the detailed beauty around us that some people are unable to see. His works made us wonder, where those familiar trees are, those flying birds, that stone. How come we’ve never seen them before?
“I’m not much into landscape photography, or pretty much the way people use to see it, I don’t need a great waterfall or something breathtaking to make me wonder about nature. I see it in every little part of nature, every leaves or flowers or tree, and I wanted to show them the way I see them.”
The gloomy unsaturated colors in his photos suggest a mysterious vague atmosphere. As if the photographer has found the scenes among fog and now wants to reveal something. He is concerned about the lost relationship of human and nature. His goal is to reconnect human and his surroundings.
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